Career Options

Careers that rely on a broad understanding of information technology and expertise in the analysis, design and development of information systems will continue to grow in number and importance. The bachelor’s degree in CIS will prepare you for careers in the design, implementation and management of business information systems. Our graduates are prepared to excel in any of the emerging and varied roles of the IT professional: business or systems analyst, application developer, systems integrator, IT liaison, end-user support, network manager, vendor representative or technical support specialist.

Salaries 
CIS majors reported an average starting salary of $65,500. This is 28 percent greater than the class average. (From salary surveys reported at graduation)